Laura Poitras' documentary "Citizenfour," a profile of Edward Snowden, included some sensational reveals, but also left out a few key points.
'Birdman' Movie Review: Michael Keaton Fights, Takes Flight In Alejandro Iñárritu's Soaring Meditation On Fame
Michael Keaton plays a fading superstar desperate to be taken seriously in Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu's "Birdman."
Bennett Miller's "Foxcatcher" is based on the true, but hard to believe, story of John du Pont and his obsession with brothers Mark and Dave Schultz.
'Maps To The Stars' Review: Julianne Moore, John Cusack Breathe Fire In David Cronenberg's Hollywood Hellscape
Very bad things happen to very bad people in David Cronenberg's "Maps to the Stars."
Adam Sandler may be known as a critical and box-office failure, but a four-picture deal with Netflix makes him anything but a loser.
IMAX CEO Defends Netflix 'Crouching Tiger' Sequel After Major Theater Chains Refuse To 'Participate In Experiment'
Large theater chains are refusing to carry the sequel, which will hit Netflix the same day as the theatrical release.
Women Are Marginalized In Movies Throughout The World, And Hollywood Is Among The Worst Offenders: Study
A recent analysis of gender representation in films shows the U.S. trailing many foreign markets in the amount of screen time given to women.
'Gone Girl' Movie Review: Ben Affleck Tries To Go Home Again In David Fincher's Creepy Cautionary Tale
David Fincher directs Gillian Flynn's adaptation of her best-selling novel about a marriage that is not what it appears to be.
Peoria Mayor Twitter Parody Account Led To A Police Raid, A Drug Charge And A Lawsuit Against The City
John Daniel of Peoria, Illinois, thought he was just having a little fun when he created a parody Twitter account of Mayor Jim Ardis.
Major sponsors have released statements condemning the NFL for its handling of domestic abuse incidents, but only one sponsor has cut ties.
“Nothing has ever come easily for me,” Joan Rivers once said. “My whole career has just been hard, hurting, little steps."
Inside SITE Intelligence Group: Steven Sotloff Beheading Discovered By Little-Known Research Organization
SITE Intelligence Group first discovered evidence that Steven Sotloff was beheaded by ISIS.
Ira Sach's "Love is Strange" follows a middle-class gay couple who pay a price for exercising their right to marry.
A film critic and friend of David Chase's claims the "Sopranos" creator answered the question he's been avoiding since the notorious series finale.
The New York Times published profiles of Mike Brown and Darren Wilson, the officer who killed him, on the day before Brown's funeral, angering many readers.
James Foley, GlobalPost And The Private, Multimillion-Dollar Investigation To Find The Kidnapped Journalist
Foley was a freelancer for the GlobalPost, which reportedly paid millions to try and track the journalist down. But was it money well spent?
Tom Jackson may have further damaged the reputation of his department — and of police in general.
Nicole Perlman is the first female ever to have a writing credit on a Marvel movie, but her breakthrough is facing pushback from James Gunn.
Robin Williams' suicide death has prompted widespread media coverage about clinical depression -- something the actor denied having.
Jezebel published a memo to Gawker criticizing it for ignoring an escalating problem of rape imagery posted anonymously.
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" performed unexpectedly well at the box office this weekend, despite poor reviews. But "Guardians of the Galaxy" stayed strong domestically and overseas.
Amazon is reportedly opening its wallet to make political alliances in Washington, D.C., as it aims to roll out a drone delivery service.
In a letter to the editor, PETA objected to a story IBTimes published last week about the subsidies offered to Detroit residents facing a water shutoff who agreed to go vegan.
A Chinese production company announced a domestic "rival" to "Avatar," which it hopes will boost the box office success of homegrown films.
The latest prisoner execution gone horribly wrong brings more scrutiny to suppliers of lethal-injection drugs.
Malaysia Airlines hired Ketchum public relations, the Kremlin's longtime PR flak, after flight MH370 disappeared. It is unclear if Ketchum still works with Malaysia Airlines.
State-run television stations offer an interpretation of the MH17 disaster absolving Putin of responsibility; Russians seem to be buying it.
Russia Today host Sara Firth quit after the Kremlin-funded news channel suggested Ukraine was responsible for the MH17 crash.
Chinese Censors Take Aim At Internet TV, Days After Lionsgate And Alibaba Announce Streaming Service
In the same week that Lionsgate and Alibaba announced a Chinese streaming service, censors have put Internet TV providers on notice.
Few knew Nadine Gordimer's work better than Robert Boyers, the editor of a small literary magazine to which she would submit work ahead of the New Yorker and Harpers.